Posts Tagged ‘Gerrit Gong’

‘Howbeit the most High dwelleth not in temples made with hands; as saith the prophet’. Acts 7:48

 Today we’re looking at a GC talk given by Gerrit Gong and comparing what he said to what the Lord says in His word.

We pray you’ll ask the Mormon you know for their opinion on one or two of the items listed.









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Self-Fulfilled Prophecies

General Conference, ‘All Nations, Kindreds, and Tongues’ October 2020 “…consider how the prophecies God gives His servants are fulfilled. … As we hearken to the Lord’s spirit of prophecy, we can become, in our own way, part of the fulfillment of His prophecies…” — Gerrit Gong

The LDS Church has indeed fulfilled prophecies in the Bible alright. (more…)

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General Conference, ‘Hosanna and Hallelujah—The Living Jesus Christ: The Heart of the Restoration and Easter’, April 2020 “Because “God himself atoneth for the sins of the world,” the Lord’s Atonement can make whole not only what was but also what can be.” — Gerrit Gong (more…)

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Psalm 51:2 “Wash me thoroughly from mine iniquity, And cleanse me from my sin.”

Hosanna and Hallelujah—The Living Jesus Christ: The Heart of Restoration and Easter  “Let us also briefly recall what Passover signifies. … The final plague threatened the death of the firstborn in the land but not in the house of Israel if—if those households put the blood of an unblemished firstling lamb on the lintels of their doors…The angel of death passed by the houses marked with the symbolic blood of the lamb. That passing by, or pass over, represents Jesus Christ ultimately overcoming death. Indeed, the atoning blood of the Lamb of God gives our Good Shepherd power to gather His people in all places and circumstances into the safety of His fold on both sides of the veil.” — Gerrit Gong [emp. added] (more…)

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‘What man of you, having an hundred sheep, if he lose one of them, doth not leave the ninety and nine in the wilderness, and go after that which is lost, until he find it?’ Luke 15:4

Today we’re taking a brief look at three of the talks given at General Conference in April 2020.

We pray that Christians will stop and pray for those who listened to the lies at this conference, and when given the opportunity, share the truth!

The main theme at the conference was Joe Smith, of this there is no doubt. Although events from the pandemic loomed overhead, the Church’s focus never strayed from their true agenda.

Paying homage to Smith has always been, and will continue to be the same, until they confess their sin of worshiping false gods, and practicing in the myriad of idolatrous behaviors in the temples.

They’ve rejected the fact that our true Shepherd has always looked over His flock, and faithfully so. Grasping at other isms, and what-ifs has sadly taken over every thought in their quest for the impossible godhood they seek. (more…)

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Today we’re looking at a couple of the talks given at General Conference in April 2018.

Before we begin…first things first…

The numbers we’ve allotted to each talk is purely for our own references in the series, and isn’t meant to describe the order in which each talk was given at conference. We’ve noticed in past articles Mormons are getting hung up on peripheral things, instead of focusing on the subject matter at hand.


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Acts 17:26; “And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation”.

The phrase ‘if a picture could paint a thousand words’ seems to be an apt way to introduce events that took place in the LDS Church this past weekend. Imagine the story a picture would tell with the new set of LDS apostles

Mr. Gerrit Gong, and Mr. Ulisses Soares are the first non-white men appointed as LDS apostles. Mr. Gong is from China, and Mr. Soares, Brazil.

The appointment of the two men was indeed historic, but not in the way the Church has bragged about it. Once again, they’ve proven to be false prophets and apostles.


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